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UWB -- Commercializing Free Spectrum
"UWB -- Commercializing Free Spectrum" analyzes the commercial prospects for ultra-wideband radio technology as it emerges from the secret world of military communications into the consumer mainstream.
Ultra-wideband (UWB) is a little-known, high-bandwidth wireless technology that is set to make a major impact in the consumer electronics market. This edition, UWB -- Commercializing Free Spectrum, analyzes the commercial prospects for UWB developers and explains why it is such an exciting and innovative new market. The links below provide samples of the information provided in the report:
Table of Contents (0103toc.pdf)
Private UWB firms analyzed in this report:
AetherWire & Location Inc.; Discrete Time Communications; General Atomics; Multispectral Solutions Inc.; Pulse-Link Inc.; Time Domain Corp.; Wisair Ltd.; XtremeSpectrum Inc.
Public technology firms that have invested in UWB include:
Cisco Systems Corp. (Nasdaq: CSCO); Eastman Kodak Co. (NYSE: EK); IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM); Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC); Mitsubishi Electric Corp. (OTC: MSBHY); Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT); Philips Semiconductor (NYSE: PHG); Sharp Electronics Corp. (OTC: SHCAY); Sony Corp. (NYSE: SNE); and Texas Instruments Inc. (NYSE: TXN)
Ultra-wideband is appropriate for a wide range of applications, according to this chart. (0103apps.pdf)
This table shows how ultra-wideband differs from other short-range wireless data technologies, such as Bluetooth and 802.11x wireless LAN. (0103comp.pdf)
The report also includes UWB unit shipment forecasts and a dollar-value UWB chipset market forecast.
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